As WordPress simply wouldn’t let me go (I had tried to delete my account early 00’s, but a notification ensured me “You’ll be back”), I gave blogging one final shot in 2014. That year, this blog was born and christened Dictionary Dutch.
I mainly wrote about random thoughts, life experiences and lessons learned, all while looking for the meaning of life. It sure kept me occupied for a good few years and I made some friends along the way. People who showed me the true value of blogging; being read isn’t enough, it’s connecting to others that makes it really worthwhile – and fun! So I stayed.
Somewhere in 2018, though, my writings didn’t feel right any more and what ensued was a search for a new name, a new style – a new purpose. With a little help from a good friend, my online blogging rebirth was named Heart to Follow.
But while the name and style were more easily found, the purpose didn’t introduce itself until December 2019. It wasn’t until my health took a dive, my World view got shaken and my coaching business didn’t pick up that I found a renewed motivation for posting. What to do when things don’t go right? And, more importantly: how am I going to try to fix my life and how will it work out?
My goals for my life right now are threefold and will be used as the main source for this blog:
I encourage you to set your own goals, share them with me and comment on mine. Maybe we can help each other out, even if it’s just by sharing our stories. And let’s do what WordPress is best used for: connect.